• Kokorin ascribed to Lermontov authorship "Mumu"

  • Striker St. Petersburg Zenit and Russian national team Alexander Kokorin found it difficult to name the author of the novel "Mumu". The striker became a member of the broadcast of "Children's question" to "Match TV".

    "Who wrote "Mumu"? Forgot. This... Lermontov! No?! Who?!", asked the athlete. After I heard the correct answer, he said, "Yes, Turgenev! I didn't read it, I'm not ashamed of it. Everyone knows that I was a bad student, I can't deny".

    1 Nov 25-year-old striker was caused in the Russian team for the first time since the end of Euro 2016. Since then Kokorin along with a midfielder "Krasnodar" Pavel Mamaev became involved in the scandal that erupted due to visit the players party in one of night clubs of Monte Carlo.

    Kokorin moved to Zenit in January 2016. This season, the striker spent in the blue-white-blue 16 matches in all competitions, scoring six goals and made three assists.


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